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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 4th September 2016-

posted 4 Sep 2016, 23:37 by Samantha Carroll
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, Best Wishes, 
Minor A Championship Quarter-Final, Division 1 ACFL, U16 Championship Quarter-Final Fixture, Senior Champiosnhip Fixture and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €4,800 in our draw held on 29th of August last.
Numbers drawn: 3, 4, 9, 24
Weekly winners of the €30: Tommy O Connor, Myra Allen, Ger Gavin, 6 Ladies, Kieran Henson
Sellers prize €30: Kathleen Malone
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €5,000 on 5th of September 2016.

Sympthies
The Caulry club extends its deepest sympathies to the Ross family, Moate on the tragic death of Tim Ross. Tim was a member of the Moate All-Whites U12 team. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Best Wishes
The club wishes Gavin Byrne the very best of luck as he heads to Canada this week.

Minor A Championship Quarter-Final
Caulry 5-10
St Lomans 3-10
Our minor lads progressed to a semi-final of this year’s Minor A Championship with their victory over St Lomans on Wednesday evening last in the local park.
St Lomans hit the ground running with a fine point from play inside the opening 60 seconds. A point from Sean Clinton drew level. However, the Mullingar men dominated proceedings early in the game as they rattled the back of the Caulry net on the 2nd minute. The opposition then scored an unanswered 1-1 to leave seven points the margin. Points from Conor McCormack and Jack Bradbury Hughes drew two back. Eoin Shortall and Kevin O’Flaherty defended well as a great pass from McCormack found Emmet Nally who hit the back of the opposition’s net. Further points from McCormack and Matthew Nally meant the sides were level, 1-5 to 2-2, by the quarter-hour mark. The teams exchanged goals, with Jack Bradbury Hughes on target for the homeside. The St Lomans’ goalie denied us a goal as Bradbury Hughes and Emmet Nally settle for points just before the halftime whistle to leave Caulry leading 2-7 to 3-2.
On the resumption, some good combined teamwork from Sean Woods and Sean Clinton enabled Emmet Nally to get his second goal of the evening. St Lomans pointed to reduce the deficit. However, our lads began to push on with Neil Clinton and Sean Fox having superb games in defence. Colin Murphy fielded well as Cialan Dollard added to the scoring tally on the 36th minute. McCormack sent the ball to the back of the St Lomans net after Caulry were awarded a penalty to leave eight points between the sides. The St Lomans lads worked hard and tapped over two unanswered points to narrow the margins by the 41st minute. However, our lads proved to be the hungrier side on the evening with another well-taken goal from Woods. Jack Connaughton brought off a great save in goals as scores from Murphy and McCormack allowed our lads to push on. Three late points for the Mullingar boys meant Caulry secured a semi-final spot with the scoreboard reading 5-10 to 3-10 at the fulltime whistle.
Team & Scorers: Jack Connaughton, Kevin O’Flaherty, Eoin Shortall, Darren Hynds, Neil Clinton, Charlie Parker, Sean Fox, Colin Murphy (0-1), Sean Clinton (0-1), Jack Bradbury Hughes (1-2), Jordan Dunning, Cialan Dollard (0-1), Conor McCormack (1-3, 1f 1 ‘45’), Emmet Nally (2-1), Matthew Nally (0-1)
Subs: Sean Woods (1-0) for Jordan Dunning, Adan Mullins for Eoin Shortall, Darren Brown for Matthew Nally


Division 1 ACFL
Caulry 0-5
Garrycastle 2-10
Caulry made the short journey to Garrycastle on a blustery Saturday evening last for their latest Division 1 ACFL fixture where the homeside ran out comfortable winners on a scoreline of 2-10 to 0-5.
Garrycastle were first off the mark with a fine point from play. David Brookes registered Caulry’s first score of the evening on the 2nd minute. Ben Moran and Kevin Maguire defended well as both sides exchanged some wides early in the half. The opposition went in front with a goal on the 13th minute. John Maguire fielded well while James Pettit had a good game in defence. However, Garrycastle began to build up a commanding lead with three points in quick succession. Our lads seemed to sit back as the opposition rallied on to lead 2-5 to 0-1 at the interval.
After the break, Caulry were slow to settle, missing some scoring opportunities. A pointed-free from Conor McCormack narrowed the deficit on the 44th minute. The teams traded scores with Brookes on target for Caulry. Ultimately, Garrycastle were the hungrier side on the evening and ran out worthy winners on a scoreline of 2-10 to 0-5.
Team & Scorers: Joe McMahon, Ben Moran, Kevin Maguire, James Pettit, Damien Dolan, Eoin Fox, Sean Clinton, Alan Fitzpatrick, John Maguire, Conor McCormack (0-1,1f), Robbie Kenny, Harry Hughes, Gary Flanagan, David Brookes (0-4), Paddy Sleator
Subs: Peter Smyth for Robbie Kenny, Alan Daly for Alan Fitzpatrick, Michael McMahon for Gary Flanagan, Eoghan Grennan for Sean Clinton, Jack O’Kelly Lynch for Eoin Fox, Eoin Donohoe for David Brookes


U16 Championship Quarter-Final Fixture
Our U16 team play The Downs on Monday for their quarter-final of this year's championship. Kick-off is at 6:30pm. All supporters are asked to get behind the lads!

Senior Championship Fixture
Caulry make the journey to Tang for their final game in the group stages of this year’s SFC on Saturday evening next. The opposition will be provided by last year’s champions St Lomans. Kick-off s at 5pm. A win on the evening may secure Caulry a quarter-final spot and promises to be an exciting affair. All supporters are asked to get behind the lads! 

Fixtures
U16 Championship Q/Final at home to The Downs Monday at 6:30pm
SFC vs St Lomans Saturday in Tang at 5pm
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